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I began editing and writing for Wikipedia in January 2014. As the titles below indicate, my primary interest is in Old-time radio. I am helping to expand Wikipedia's coverage of that genre in order to make more information about that era of entertainment available to the general public. I also spend much of my Wikipedia time on enhancing existing articles about radio, film, and television personalities of the past, particularly finding citations for under-cited articles.

My collection of links to Online Resources for Old-Time Radio Research is available for anyone who would like to use it.

I have created the following articles.

Articles about People[edit]

Southern Gospel music singers[edit]

Old-time radio people[edit]


Articles about Radio Programs[edit]





Soap opera[edit]




Articles about television programs[edit]

Lists of WP pages by topic[edit]


Articles begun but not ready for moving to main Wikipedia space[edit]

User:Teblick/Works in Progress

Wikipedia's own resources on using WP[edit]

User:Teblick/Wikipedia Resources

Frequently used categories[edit]


Index to Manual of Style[edit]

User:Teblick/Index to Manual of Style (work in progress)

Aids in patrolling new pages[edit]

User:Teblick/Links for New Page Patrol comments

Opportunities to improve WP[edit]

Tips of the Day[edit]

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